Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Tickets
One of the world’s most loved musicals, Chitty Chitty, Bang Bang comes to London’s New Wimbledon Theatre, giving audiences of all ages the opportunity to enjoy the fun and madness in this exciting new production.
One of the most loved musicals in the world, Chitty Chitty, Bang Bang will give audience members of all ages the chance to fly high with all the fun, madness and excitement.
The story follows the trials and tribulations loveable but slightly crazy inventor Caractus Potts, along with his two wonderful children and the radiant Truly Scrumptious. Will they be able to outwit the bombastic Baron Bomburst, who wants to ban all children from his kingdom? Will the children ever be able to outrun and outsmart the evil Child Catcher? Will it all work out in the end? Well with Chitty on side, of course it will!
Having become one of the most popular West End shows ever, this new action-packed production from the theatre company behind Fiddler on the Roof and The King & I and promises side-splitting hilarity and enchanting magic galore. As well as the enchanting Chitty herself of course!
Lee Mead takes the lead role of the wacky inventor Caractus Potts. Mead is best known for winning the BBC musical talent show Any Dream Will Do, which catapulted him into stardom as Joseph in Andrew Lloyd-Webber's revival of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, as well as starring in leading roles in Wicked and Legally Blonde.
He is joined by TV icon, Michelle Collins, as Baroness Bomburst, an actress who has barely been off our screens since her first role on the BBC at the age of 21, including roles in Coronation Street, Midsomer Murders and Casualty. Shaun Williamson plays the roles of Baron Bomburst & Lord Scrumptious, known for his TV work as Barry in EastEnders and his starring role in Extras with Ricky Gervais.
Chitty Chitty, Bang Bang is an enchanting new production that is perfect for all the family. It plays at the New Wimbledon Theatre in London, until the 30th July 2016.
Sorry this show closed 30 July 2016, we recommend these similar productions.